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“Independent MOOC” reaches global audience with connected course

Independent collaboration may sound like an oxymoron, but for George Washington University (GW) this method of MOOC hosting has reached a significant global audience and strengthened relationships with peers in…

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5 lessons for launching your first competency-based degree

Abandon all notions that you can draw from existing degree models for CBE. So say administrators at Purdue University, which, in implementing a new competency-based education (CBE) degree program, realized…

XPrize focuses on ed tech, but will it succeed or fail?

Exciting news hit the presses early last week—the XPrize is funding its first ed-tech competition. The goal: to handsomely reward the team that develops the best open source, scalable adaptive…

College first in the nation for these admissions

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College first in the nation for these admissions

In what could be considered not only a truly unique marketing move for a brand-conscious college, but also a giant step forward in creating admissions equity for a more diverse…

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7 tips for a great campus website

Campus websites are crucial for providing resources, recruiting prospective students and updating the community on news and current events. But what if users are unable to navigate through certain pages?…

The next big innovation in higher ed is…collaboration?

Poetry, personal stories, laughs and boisterous arm and hand gestures are not what I was expecting at 8 in the morning, and, I’m nervous to admit, from a university president.…

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New resource aims to fulfill faculty’s higher ed dream, too

with increasing awareness and information dissemination into this problem, more national organizations are taking up the cause; including the AFT and the Freelancers Union creation of a new online web…

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How to flip faculty PD

The recent focus on flipping courses for students highlights the multiple benefits this method of teaching and learning can provide. However, faculty, otherwise known as perpetual students, can benefit from…

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Are ed-tech startups a bubble that’s ready to burst?

Ed-tech startups raised more than $500 million in funding in the first quarter of 2014 alone, but some investors are worried about a bubble When Matthew Pittinksy and the other…

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3 Friday Shortcuts

Welcome to Friday Shortcuts, a round-up of the ed-tech news that didn't make it onto the front page of eCampus News this week.

1. Former Yale president heads to…

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